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ごちゃまぜドロップス

ごちゃまぜドロップス( GCMZDrops.auf )は AviUtl の拡張編集ウィンドウへファイルやテキストをドラッグ&ドロップした時の挙動を拡張するための AviUtl プラグインです。

これを導入すると拡張編集ウィンドウへのドラッグ&ドロップ時の挙動が以下のように変化します。

  • ブラウザなどから直接画像をドラッグして画像オブジェクトの作成ができるようになる
    • 設定で指定された場所に画像を保存してから読み込みます
    • 同じファイルが既に保存されている場合は再利用されます
  • UTF-8 や EUC-JP のテキストファイルを事前に Shift_JIS に変換してから読み込ませられる
    • 文字コードの自動判定に失敗した場合は化けます
  • 7zip で開いた圧縮ファイル内から直接ドラッグ&ドロップしてファイルを読み込めるようになる
    • ドラッグ&ドロップでエクスプローラにファイルを作れるソフトなら他のソフトでも対応しているかも
  • 複数ファイルを一度にドロップできるようになる
    • 音声とテキストを当時に投げ込んだりできます
    • ただし動画など元々複数レイヤーに配置されることがあるアイテムがあると正常に動きません
  • ブラウザやテキストエディタからテキストを選択してドラッグ&ドロップでテキストオブジェクトが作れる
    • 字幕アシスト の基本機能とほぼ同じですが [exedit][v][vo][a][ao] などには非対応
  • Lua スクリプトを書くことによって独自の振る舞いを追加可能
    • スクリプトを記述することによって、特定のファイルがドロップされた時の振る舞いを変更したり、Shift キーを押しながらドロップした時に挙動を変更したりできます。
  • 拡張編集ウィンドウ上で Shift + Ctrl + 右クリック または 中クリック(ホイールクリック) をすることによって、外部からファイルをドラッグで持ち込むのではなく、Lua スクリプトからファイルをドロップ可能
    • 初期状態ではスクリプトが用意されていないため、そのままでは使用できません。

なお、ごちゃまぜドロップスと字幕アシストは実装上の都合により同時には使用できません。

注意事項

ごちゃまぜドロップスは無保証で提供されます。
ごちゃまぜドロップスを使用したこと及び使用しなかったことによるいかなる損害について、開発者は何も保証しません。

これに同意できない場合、あなたはごちゃまぜドロップスを使用することができません。

ダウンロード

https://github.com/oov/aviutl_gcmzdrops/releases

インストール/アンインストール

GCMZDrops.auf と GCMZDrops フォルダーを exedit.auf と同じ場所に置いてください。
※LuaJIT への DLL 差し替えは行わないでください。一部の機能が正常に動作せずフリーズする症状が確認されています。

削除時もそれらを削除するだけで OK です。

設定

AviUtl の [設定] メニューから [ごちゃまぜドロップスの設定] を選ぶと、設定用のウィンドウが開きます。
この設定は aup ファイルに保存されるため、プロジェクトファイルごとに固有の設定ができます。

設定のスクリーンショット

処理モード

ブラウザからの画像ドラッグ&ドロップなどで持ち込んだデータなど、ドラッグ元の場所などによってはデータが一時ファイルから読み込まれることなどがあります。
そのようなファイルはドラッグが終わった直後や再起動やキャッシュのクリアなど予期しないタイミングでデータが消されることがあるため、データを長期的に使用する場合はコピーしておかなければなりません。

ここで選択する処理モードによって、ファイルをコピーするかどうかが決定されます。
それぞれのモードの動作は以下の通りです。

  • 自動判定
    • 読み込むファイルが以下のフォルダの階層以下にある場合のみ、「データ保存先」にコピーしてから読み込まれます。
      通常はこの設定で使うことを想定しています。
      • Temp フォルダ
      • CSIDL_APPDATA
      • CSIDL_LOCAL_APPDATA
      • CSIDL_COMMON_APPDATA
      • CSIDL_COOKIES
      • CSIDL_INTERNET_CACHE
      • CSIDL_LOCAL_APPDATA
      • CSIDL_PROGRAM_FILES
      • CSIDL_PROGRAM_FILES_COMMON
      • CSIDL_STARTMENU
      • CSIDL_PROGRAMS
      • CSIDL_WINDOWS
      • CSIDL_SYSTEM
  • コピーを作成
    • 常に「データ保存先」にコピーしてから読み込まれます。
  • 直接読み込み
    • なるべく直接読み込みますが、直接読み込めない場合には「データ保存先」にコピーしてから読み込まれます。

データ保存先

ドラッグ元がファイルではなかった場合や、上記の「処理モード」でコピーしてから読み込む場合のコピー先です。

デフォルト値は %PROJECTDIR%\gcmz で、プロジェクトファイルが保存されているディレクトリーに gcmz ディレクトリーを作成し、その中へ保存します。

なお特別なキーワード %PROJECTDIR% を使用する場合は事前にプロジェクトファイルが保存されている必要があり、保存されていない場合はエラーが発生します。また、プロジェクトファイルを別の場所に保存し直しても、以前ドロップしたファイルが自動で移動されることはありません。

スクリプトの書き方

GCMZDrops フォルダーの中に *.lua ファイルを入れることで独自の振る舞いを追加することができます。

最も基本的な雛形として参考になるのは generic.lua で、ドロップされるファイルを全て受け入れ、そのまま AviUtl に渡すだけのスクリプトです。 Lua スクリプト内で使えるごちゃまぜドロップス専用の関数などは example.lua を参照してください。

また、dropper フォルダの中にスクリプトファイルを配置することで、拡張編集ウィンドウ上で Shift + Ctrl + 右クリック または 中クリック(ホイールクリック) をした時にメニューを表示し、ファイルを投げ込むスクリプトを記述することが可能です。
ごちゃまぜドロップスの Lua スクリプトは通常の場合「別のウィンドウなどから拡張編集ウィンドウにファイルなどをドラッグで持ち込んだ時」というのが動作の起点になりますが、この仕組みを使うとファイルを持ち込まなくても動作の起点にすることができます。
ただしこの機能は実験的なもののため、予告なく仕様変更や廃止になる可能性があります。

外部連携 API について

外部のアプリケーションから拡張編集の現在のカーソル位置へのファイルドロップを実現するために、実験的な外部連携 API を提供しています。

この API は試験運用中のため、予告なく変更または削除されることがあります。

#include <stdint.h>
#include <stdio.h>

#define UNICODE
#include <Windows.h>

struct GCMZDropsData {
  uint32_t Window;
  int32_t Width;
  int32_t Height;
  int32_t VideoRate;
  int32_t VideoScale;
  int32_t AudioRate;
  int32_t AudioCh;
};

int main(){
  HANDLE hFMO = OpenFileMapping(FILE_MAP_READ, FALSE, TEXT("GCMZDrops"));
  if (hFMO == NULL) {
    printf("OpenFileMapping に失敗しました。\n");
    return 0;
  }

  struct GCMZDropsData *p = MapViewOfFile(hFMO, FILE_MAP_READ, 0, 0, 0);
  if (p == NULL) {
    printf("MapViewOfFile に失敗しました。\n");
    goto CloseFMO;
  }

  HWND targetWnd = (HWND)(ULONG_PTR)p->Window;
  if (targetWnd == NULL) {
    printf("対象ウィンドウの取得に失敗しました。\n");
    goto Unmap;
  }

  if (p->Width == 0) {
    printf("プロジェクトが開かれていません。\n");
    goto Unmap;
  }

  printf("Window: %d\n", p->Window);
  printf("Width: %d\n", p->Width);
  printf("Height: %d\n", p->Height);
  printf("VideoRate: %d\n", p->VideoRate);
  printf("VideoScale: %d\n", p->VideoScale);
  printf("AudioRate: %d\n", p->AudioRate);
  printf("AudioCh: %d\n", p->AudioCh);

  HWND myWnd = GetConsoleWindow();

  COPYDATASTRUCT cds;

  // 0 を指定してください。
  cds.dwData = 0;

  // 挿入先のレイヤー、進めるフレーム数、そして任意の個数のファイルへのパスを u'\0' で区切って指定します。
  // u"Layer\0FrameAdv\0FilePath\0FilePath..."
  // Layer:
  //   -1 ~ -100
  //       拡張編集上での現在の表示位置からの相対位置へ挿入
  //       例: 縦スクロールによって一番上に見えるレイヤーが Layer 3 のとき、-2 を指定すると Layer 4 へ挿入
  //    1 ~  100
  //       指定したレイヤー番号へ挿入
  // FrameAdv:
  //   ファイルのドロップした後、指定されたフレーム数だけカーソルを先に進めます。
  // FilePath:
  //   投げ込むファイルへのパスをフルパスで記述します。
  cds.lpData = u"-1\0""0\0""C:\\test.png";

  // u'\0' を区切り文字にしているため文字数カウントに wcslen() などが使用できません。
  cds.cbData = 17 * 2;

  SendMessage(targetWnd, WM_COPYDATA, (WPARAM)myWnd, (LPARAM)&cds);

Unmap:
  if (UnmapViewOfFile(p) == 0) {
    printf("UnmapViewOfVile に失敗しました。\n");
    goto CloseFMO;
  }

CloseFMO:
  CloseHandle(hFMO);
  return 0;
}

この API を使用する上での一般的な注意事項は以下の通りです。

  • 挿入位置について
    挿入先に既にオブジェクトがある場合など、十分なスペースがない場合は想定した場所に挿入されません。
  • 複数ファイルのドロップについて
    一応対応していますが、十分なスペースがない場合は一部のファイルだけがずれた位置に配置されます。
    また、動画や *.exo ファイルのようにタイムラインに複数行挿入されるアイテムがある場合、それ以降は正しい位置に挿入されません。
  • タイムラインの表示倍率について
    正しい位置にファイルをドロップするためには拡張編集のタイムラインを一定以上の拡大率にする必要があるため、条件を満たしていない場合は一時的にタイムラインが拡大されます。
  • 多重起動について
    外部連携 API が使えるのは最初に起動したインスタンスのみで、AviUtl を多重起動しても2つ目以降では外部連携 API は無効状態になります。

FAQ

  • Q. テキストをドロップで投げ込めないソフトがある
    • A. 対応していないソフトもある
  • Q. 投げ込むとファイル名の後ろにゴミがつく
    • A. ゴミではない
  • Q. 上手くドラッグ&ドロップできないソフトがある
    • A. そういうソフトもあるだろう
  • Q. ドラッグ元やドロップ先のソフトが落ちる
    • A. そういうソフトもあるかも知れない

バイナリのビルドについて

ごちゃまぜドロップスは Lazarus 1.8.2 で開発しています。
外部のパッケージなどには依存していないため、インストール直後の状態で GCMZDrops.lpi を開けばコンパイルできると思います。

Credits

ごちゃまぜドロップス is made possible by the following open source softwares.

Free Pascal Compiler / Lazarus

https://www.freepascal.org/
https://www.lazarus-ide.org/

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lua.pas

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Bram Kuijvenhoven (update to Lua 5.1.1 for FreePascal)